Justice Douglas E. McKeon (See Profile), 62, the presiding justice of Appellate Term in the First Department, has been appointed administrative judge for civil cases in Bronx Supreme Court, Chief Administrative Judge Ann Pfau (See Profile) announced yesterday. He succeeds Justice Barry Salman who has held the administrative post since 2005. Justice Salman, who turned 70 this year, is required under court system rules to relinquish his administrative post.

Justice Richard B. Lowe (See Profile), 69, who has been sitting in the Commercial Division in Manhattan for 10 years, will succeed Justice McKeon as the presiding justice of the Appellate Term which hears appeals from the Civil and Criminal Courts located in the Bronx and Manhattan.

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